The Thousandth Man
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- Drama: The Thousandth Man
- Revised romanization: Chunbunzzae Namja
- Hangul: 천번째 남자
- Director: Kang Cheol-Woo, Choi Hwa-Jin
- Writer: Kim Kyun-Tae
- Network: MBC
- Episodes: 8
- Release Date: August 17, 2012 - October 12, 2012
- Runtime: Fridays 21:55
- Language: Korean
- Country: South Korea
Mi-Jin (Gang Ye-Won) is one of the mythical Korean creatures known as a "gumiho" - a fox with nine tails. Her mother (Jeon Mi-Seon) and younger sister Mi-Mo (Hyomin) were also a gumiho, but after consuming the livers of 1000 men they became human. Mi-Jin has now consumed 999 livers, but only has 3 months left to consume her 1,000th liver. If she is unable to find her 1000th liver, Mi-Jin will vanish. Meanwhile, Mi-Jin only takes the lives of men who she really loves.
Mi-Jin is now on board a plane headed to South Korea. The airplane experiences heavy turbulence. Something from the passenger next to her falls to the floor. The passenger's name is Eung-Suk (Lee Chun-Hee). Despite the airplane shaking noticeably, Eung-Suk is deep asleep. Mi-Jin notices that Eung-Suk resembles her lover from the past. Even though that man knew Mi-Jin was a fox, he died for her. Later, Mi-Jin meets Eung-Suk again at a restaurant he owns.
- Filming for "The Thousandth Man" began July 3, 2012 in Seoul, South Korea.
|Gang Ye-Won||Lee Chun-Hee|
|Koo Mi-Jin||Kim Eung-Suk|
|Jeon Mi-Sun||Hyomin||Seo Gyung-Seok||Park Jung-Hak||Nam Woo-Hyun|
|Koo Mi-Sun||Koo Mi-Mo||Seo Gyung-Seok||Park Jung-Hak||Nam Woo-Hyun|
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- NR denotes not ranked within the Top 20 daily shows according to TNS Media Korea and AGB Nielson.